SAD- Beautiful 27years old woman killed for being fat

Lindi Qhoma

A young lady was reported killed in a butal manner because of her weight. According to reports, the 27-year-old lady identified as Lindi Qhoma from South Africa, was allegedly mocked about her weight by three thugs before one of them shot her in the face, according to Daily Sun ZA.

Bulelwa Qhoma (28) told Daily Sun her sister was often mocked for being fat.

“I know I am fat and I’m proud of it.”  Those were apparently Lindi’s last words before she was brutally killed on Tuesday in Tshepisong, near Mogale City in South Africa.

After Lindi and her mum Mpondo Qhoma had bought groceries, they went to catch a taxi from Tshepisong to their home in Slovoville, Soweto. Shocked Bulelwa said when they got into the taxi, three men ridiculed and insulted Lindi and said she was taking up too much space.

“Lindi told the men she was aware of her looks and didn’t see anything wrong with being fat,” said Bulelwa. “Then the men got angry and pulled out their guns.”

She said the driver tried to apologise on Lindi’s behalf.

“But that’s when the man sitting in front pulled out his gun and shot at her,” she said. “The first bullet missed her. The second hit her in the face. She died on the way to hospital.”

Lindi leaves behind a son (9) and a daughter (7). Bulelwa said her mother collapsed after the incident and was taken to hospital.

Constable Mzwakhe Xazi said: “Dobsonville police have launched a manhunt for the three suspects following an incident where a 28-year-old woman was shot in the head.”



6 years old boy found dead in neighbour’s freezer in Lagos

Treasure Akinsohun

The body of a six-year-old boy, Treasure Akinsohun, has allegedly been found inside a freezer of a neighbor in the Ketu, Alapere area of Lagos.

According to NewTelegraph, Treasure and his mother lived in Ikorodu and had gone to Ketu to celebrate the Easter with his mother’s younger sister.

Treasure and the other children in his aunt’s compound were playing when he suddenly disappeared. His body was later found inside a freezer at Orisigun Street, about five streets from where his mother’s younger sister resides.

Narrating how it all happened, his distraught mother, Eunice Akinsohun, said she noticed her son was not among the other children that were playing in the compound, and When she asked for his whereabouts, the other children could not give an answer.

She searched around for him but could not find him. She immediately went to Alapare Police Station to report her missing son.

“I also called my husband on the phone to inform him of the development. “Before I got back home, a crowd had gathered at my sister’s house at Alapere to help in the search for my son. Throughout that day we couldn’t locate the exact place where he was. When my husband eventually arrived, he also tried his best with my sister’s husband and some elders in the community. He was still not found. That was how we went to back to Ikorodu that night with tears and anguish,” she told New Telegraph.

Eunice said she and her husband were on their way back to Alapere from Ikorodu when they received a phone call that her son had been found in a woman’s freezer at Orisigun Street.

“Immediately I saw the corpse of my son, I fainted. I was later revived at the hospital. “What surprised me was how my son got into a freezer. I still don’t understand how he got into the freezer as I speak with you. But it is left for the police to investigate.”

Confirming the incident, the Lagos state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Bala Elkana, said the body of the victim has been deposited in a morgue.

Body of crucified criminals in Saudi Arabia was publicly displayed-photos

The body of Khaled bin Abdel Karim al-Tuwaijri was publicly pinned to a pole in the medieval desert kingdom

THE body of a crucified criminal was put on public display in Saudi Arabia after the mass execution of 37 men, it has been reported.

While those killed in the medieval bloodbath were convicted of “terrorism offences”, human rights experts claim most were sentenced in “sham trials.”

 A majority of executions in Saudi Arabia are carried out by public beheading
A majority of executions in Saudi Arabia are carried out by public beheading

Acccording to the Interior Ministry, the body of one of the executed men Khaled bin Abdel Karim al-Tuwaijri was publicly pinned to a pole.

The statement did not say in which city of Saudi Arabia the macabre display took place.

He appears to have been convicted as a Sunni militant, though the government did not give a detailed explanation of the charges against each individual executed.

According to the Middle East Eye, the man’s body was put on public display as a terrifying warning to others.

The men were charged with “adopting terrorist extremist ideology, forming terrorist cells”  – however it has since emerged that some were arrested for simply attending anti-government protests.


The killings were carried out in Riyadh, the Muslim holy cities of Mecca and Medina, central Qassim province and Eastern Province, home to the country’s Shiite

Three of the prisoners were children when they were sentenced to death.

The slaughter of mainly minority Shiites is likely to stoke further regional and sectarian tensions between rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Saudi dissident Ali Al-Ahmed, who runs the Gulf Institute in Washington, identified 34 of those executed as Shiites based on the names announced by the Interior Ministry.

“This is the largest mass execution of Shiites in the kingdom’s history,” he said.


Amnesty International said they were convicted “after sham trials” that relied on confessions extracted through torture.

It marked the largest number of executions in a single day in Saudi Arabia since January 2, 2016, when the kingdom executed 47 people for terrorism-related crimes.

The Interior Ministry’s statement said those executed had adopted extremist ideologies and formed terrorist cells with the aim of spreading chaos and provoking sectarian strife.

It said the individuals had been found guilty according to the law and ordered executed by the Specialised Criminal Court in Riyadh, which handles terrorism trials, and the country’s high court.

Amnesty International said 11 of the men were convicted of spying for Iran and sentenced to death after a “grossly unfair trial”.

At least 14 others executed were convicted of violent offences related to their participation in anti-government demonstrations in Shiite-populated areas of Saudi Arabia between 2011 and

The killings brings the number of people executed since the start of the year to around 100, according to official announcements.

Last year, the kingdom executed 149 people, most of them drug smugglers convicted of non-violent crimes, according to Amnesty’s most recent figures.

 The body of one man was put on display as a terrifying warning. Pictured the bodies of five Yemeni men killed in Saudi
The body of one man was put on display as a terrifying warning. Pictured the bodies of five Yemeni men killed in Saudi
 A man is brutally flogged by uniformed guards in Saudi Arabia
A man is brutally flogged by uniformed guards in Saudi Arabia
 The hardline kingdom has a long and sickening tradition of public executions
The hardline kingdom has a long and sickening tradition of public executions

15 photos that proves that Japanese are ahead of the world

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Japan has always had a reputation for its distinctive culture and unique traditions. Anime cosplay, ancient shinto temples, and the elegant charm of geishas are just a few things that come to mind when thinking about Japan. But there are many other reasons why Japan is the most unique country in the world. Their inventions and solutions to everyday problems certainly prove that too.

We at Bright Side have collected our favorite innovations here to inspire and intrigue you. Maybe your next travel destination could be Japan.

An infant breastfeeding and sleep inducement device for fathers

15+ Photos That Prove the Japanese Are Way Ahead of the Curve
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A perfect travel buddy — self-moving suitcase and robot companion. It follows you wherever you go.

15+ Photos That Prove the Japanese Are Way Ahead of the Curve

In some panoramic places there are supports to hold your smartphone so you can take beautiful selfies.

15+ Photos That Prove the Japanese Are Way Ahead of the Curve

A shop where disabled parking access is remotely controlled to prevent incorrect use

15+ Photos That Prove the Japanese Are Way Ahead of the Curve

A bedside lamp that can be half lit

15+ Photos That Prove the Japanese Are Way Ahead of the Curve

Why not have a foot bath while enjoying the scenery on the Yamagata Shinkansen line?

15+ Photos That Prove the Japanese Are Way Ahead of the Curve

This automatic vending machine distributes free umbrellas during the rainy season.

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Koi fish also live in some drainage canals in Japan which is evidence of their cleanliness.

A toilet in Japan with an information system that shows the occupied and free bathrooms.

Refrigerated lockers in a shopping center keep your perishable foods cool while you shop.

Smartphone wipe dispenser, to keep your phone’s screen clean

Child seats attached to the wall in the bathrooms are really useful for moms.

When you buy this gum in Japan there are pieces of paper included to spit it in when you have finished chewing it.

In some elevators there are seats that can be used as toilets in case of emergency.

There’s a magic button to slow down the taxi in case you prefer a slower speed.

Useful instructions in the dressing rooms prevent you from staining your clothes with makeup.

The Japanese have an enormous respect for rules, which can also be seen by watching people climb the stairs.

Have you ever been to Japan? What do you think of these innovations? Which one is the most useful? Share your opinion with us in the comments!

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Harvest of blood in Lagos, as two cult groups go head to head in a bloody clash war

Harvest Of Blood In Lagos As Two Rival Cult Groups Go Head To Head In A Bloody Clash…See Details

About four suspected cultists were gruesomely murdered during a bloody clash on Sunday between the Aiye and Eiye confraternity in Ajah, Lagos Sate.

A reliable source inform the press in Lagos that two suspects were nabbed by men of the Nigeria Police Force, Area  “J” Command, Ajah over the gruesome killings.

A source inform the reliable media platform known as the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that both cult groups have been in code war over supremacy in the  Sangotedo axis of Ajah.Sources disclosed to NAN that the suspected cultist used machetes alongside other weapons in the battle and injured each other.

“The police recovered four dead bodies and deposited them at the public mortuary. Three cutlesses were also recovered from the suspects.“Security has been beefed-up in the area with more patrol policemen deployed. The area is calm now,” the source disclosed to NAN.

Policemen are also combing bushes on the road between Ogonbo community and Abraham Adesanya Estate in the Ajah area for more victims.

Police officers are also searching bushes on the road along Ogonbo community and Abraham Adesanya Estate in the Ajah for more victims. The Oxford Advance Learner defines cultism as a religious or social group whose beliefs are secret, individualistic, and esoteric. Actually, cultism involves carrying out some ritualistic practices. Usually, cultists share some common objectives and ideas. So, they are unknown to the society and also, some cult leaders’ true intentions are unknown even to the members of the particular cult.

So, let’s summarize the main characteristics of cultism: it is a spiritual or religious practice; it is a secret practice; it is practiced by a group of individuals; its policies are unknown to the general public; it has an impact on the lives of the individuals; it’s people have a common value.

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Here are few tips about both groups The Eiye Confraternity and the Black Axe Confraternity who are presently at longer heads and waging war against each other.

The Black Axe Confraternity groupActually, this cultism community was created by neo-black students. Their major goal was the growth of a strong body to confront those black students who suppress them. The symbol of this movement is the axe. Some rules of this group are not to betray; not to forgive; not to condemn, otherwise, you have to pay for it.

The Eiye Confraternity groupIt is known as the  “Air Lords”, or “Supreme Eiye Confraternity”. It was founded by students who aspired for self-development and were dismissive to other types of cultism. Their main opinion became: “there are no enemies, and there are no friends, just a confraternity, and discipline”. The symbol of this movement is the skull and crossbones. Dedy Na debt This particular cult called “Dedy Na debt”, involves the worship of the demon in an image of a mad person. They believe that their deal puts them above all the other types of cultism. All the members faithfully perform an oath.

What do you think is the solution to cultism in the society ? Share your views below


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